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Why terrorism pays

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Submitted by Bar_nett (United States), Jul 11, 2014 at 11:29

Hamas may have thought this a good time being encouraged and funded by Tehran, Hizbollah as it is a diversion that the mass media, UN and world gov'ts will garvitate to overnight and no longer focus on REAL THREATS to Intn'l peace and stability in Iraq/Syria with ISIS take over and declaring a caliphate and with continuation unabated of Iran's nuclear program. Iran now has free reign to insert assets into Iraq and build The Bomb.

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There are nine days for this round of P5+1 negotiations with Iran and there is no indication that they are in any way influenced by the Hamas assault on Israel.

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